The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals fractured on a case pitting the attorney-client privilege against the Confrontation Clause.

An en banc plurality found on Monday that Charles Murdoch wasn’t entitled to habeas relief — even though Murdoch’s chief accuser at trial, Dino Dinardo, had previously exonerated Murdoch in a letter Dinardo wrote to his own attorney.

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